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NOTE: Since 2009 the title of the International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education (IJEE) has been changed to the title above.  ISSN numbers: IJEE 1649-2269 and IRE 2009-2822


- Aims and Scope -

The aim of the International Review of Entrepreneurship (IRE) is to publish cutting edge research and case studies on entrepreneurship which have relevance for entrepreneurial policy, management, performance and practice. Articles should provide value added for at least one segment of the entrepreneurial community which includes researchers, students, faculty, entrepreneurs, managers, business angels, VCs, banks, and those engaged with public policy. 

- The IRE seeks to publish -

 1. Survey and review articles which bring the latest research/knowledge on entrepreneurship to a wider audience. These articles can be of any length. The IRE seeks to precipitate the dissemination of cutting-edge knowledge on entrepreneurship within universities and the business sector. Therefore, the IRE encourages researchers who have had a significant entrepreneurship-related article or series of articles published to address the bigger picture. Authors are encouraged to write papers summarizing a topic or research area and then draw-out the wider implications of this new knowledge for those involved in entrepreneurship, including but not exclusive to: entrepreneurs, executives, professors, managers involved in entrepreneurial finance (banks, VC and business angels) and/or decision makers in public policy.

2. Specific research on entrepreneurship or on entrepreneurship education. The IRE invites international level cutting edge theoretical and empirical research on any aspect of entrepreneurship. The IRE’s readership has a particular interest in entrepreneurial performance. For papers on entrepreneurship education, please note that the IRE does not publish course outlines or descriptions of entrepreneurship programs. Furthermore, any pedagogical innovation or strategy ought to be justified and explained in a manner appropriate for a social-science journal. If in doubt, please consult papers already published in the entrepreneurship education research section of the journal.
3. Case studies and analyses of entrepreneurial firms which are of sufficiently high merit with respect to content and application, that would qualify for use in classrooms and entrepreneurship executive education learning environments of internationally acclaimed higher education institutions (and especially in leading international business schools). The IRE accepts both written and video case studies.

Authors, please read the IRE's Notes for Authors page before submitting your work.